Clara Maass Medical Foundation is hosting its annual 5K Run and 2K Fun Walk to raise money for the Lifeline Challenge to Healthy Living program, which teaches healthy living habits to third and fourth ...
Walmart has cited growing costs as the reason why it is cutting health care coverage to part-time workers.
A Rutgers pharmacologist says new medication has shown a potential treatment.
Bergen Community College President Kaye Walter says that the school's health care program is expanding in order to meet the demand.
NJ hospitals have precautions in place should a patient with the Ebola virus arrive.
A Rutgers researcher is developing a drug aimed at treating the root cause of type 2 diabetes and reversing the disease.
Heart disease manifests itself differently for men and women and it often goes undiagnosed for women.
Cure Breast Cancer Foundation in Clifton raises money for breast cancer research that is conducted under the direction of Dr. Larry Norton at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month and there are events going on throughout the state that will benefit organizations fighting domestic violence.
Seven cases of enterovirus D68 have been confirmed in New Jersey.
State Epidemiologist Dr. Tina Tan says the hospitals in New Jersey are fully prepared for enterovirus D68 cases.
Sandy Support Group for Children at the Visitation Relief Center in Brick was created days after Hurricane Sandy hit.
The Pink Fund and the Fred Astaire Dance Studio are collaborating to host Dancing With The Survivors, an event aimed to fund raise and create awareness about breast cancer.
The Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey Executive Director Donald Weinbaum says the council's goal is to spread the word about gambling addiction so it can provide help to those who need it.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. More than 7,000 new cases of breast cancer are expected in NJ in 2014.